The video highlights the work of the PCA’s Invasive Weed Control Group.
PCA chief executive Steve Hodgson said: "Japanese knotweed has been the subject of controversy in the UK property sector, and has even caused problems to home buyers trying to obtain mortgages on houses affected by the weed. However, the problem can be dealt with, and there is a recognised framework to remedy it."
The PCA has developed a code of practice, and a training programme for its professional members and those interested in the biology and control of Japanese knotweed.
Hodgson added: "Members of the PCA’s Invasive Weed Control Group have been audited and meet the necessary standards to gain admission to the Association."